Shahid Latif, a Jaish-e-Mohhamad (JeM) commander and key handler in 2016 Pathankot Indian Air Force (IAF) base attack, was shot dead by unidentified assailants in Pakistan’s Sialkot on October 10, confirmed Indian intelligence officials. Designated as an “individual terrorist” under Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA), Latif, 41, was killed inside a mosque. He was the commander of JeM in Sialkot and was involved in planning and… read-more
The 26/11 Mumbai Terror Attack is still fresh in people's minds, and an investigation into the deadliest terrorist attack, which killed hundreds of people, is underway. On September 26, the Mumbai Crime Branch filed a new chargesheet into the terror attack. The charge sheet filed under UAPA and IPC named Tahawwur Rana as fifth accused. Rana, a Pakistani citizen with Canadian citizenship, is currently in jail in California.
Sukhdool Singh alias Sukha Duneke, a Khalistani terrorist and gangster who had escaped to Canada from Punjab, India in the year 2017 using forged documents, was shot dead on Wednesday night (September 20) in Winnipeg, Canada by unknown assailants. The Punjab Police Anti-Gangster Task Force (AGTF) had said that he had supported the Davinder Bambiha or DB gang and had joined pro-Khalistan forces.
Security forces neutralised a terrorist in an encounter that broke out in the Baramulla district of Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday morning. The counter-terror operation is still underway near the Line of Control in Uri. Kashmir Police Zone said in a social media post, “Encounter has started between terrorists and Army & Baramulla Police in forward area of Uri, Hathlanga in Baramulla district.” One terrorist was killed in the operation.
Three security force officers including an Army Colonel were killed in a gunfight with terrorists in the Kokernag area of Kashmir's Anantnag district, officials said here on September 13. Colonel Manpreet Singh, Major Ashish, deputy superintendent of Jammu and Kashmir Police Humayun Bhat were critically injured in the gunfight and died later, they said. Bhat died due to heavy blood loss. The operation against the terrorists began on September… read-more
Canada-based Khalistan Tiger Force (KTF) chief Hardeep Singh Nijjar, was shot dead outside a gurdwara in the north American country on June 19. Notably, Nijjar is one of the most-wanted terrorists in India who carried a cash reward of Rs. 10 lakh on his head, confirmed official. A native of Punjab, Nijjar was found dead inside a car with bullet wounds in the parking-lot of Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara Sahib.
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The massive crackdown of Khalistani leader Amritpal Singh, by the Punjab Police is still underway. Notably, Singh who was tracked after hours of search, once again fled the police. After Singh's escape, the search operation entered the fourth day on March 21. While Amritpal's uncle Harjit Singh and driver Harpreet Singh have surrenders, Amritpal is yet to be found. Moreover, to control the situation, the Punjab government extended internet… read-more
The National Investigation Agency has filed a chargesheet against two accused in the Shivamogga Islamic State (IS) conspiracy case. The investigation is in connection with the conspiracy hatched to further the activities of the Islamic State by carrying out acts of arson sabotage and violence in Karnataka. Notably, the NIA re-registered the case in September 2022 and took over the investigations of the case registered by Karnataka Police.… read-more
In Pakistan's Peshawar region, a suicide bomb blast was reported on January 30, which killed 61 people and left 150 seriously injured. The blast occurred during afternoon prayers at a mosque near police lines in northwestern Peshawar. The Taliban terror group claimed the attack and confirmed that a Taliban suicide bomber blew himself up in the packed mosque, leaving police officials, medical staff and constables injured.
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The Jammu and Kashmir police foiled attempts of Pakistani-sponsored terrorists after they recovered three Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) and sticky bombs. On October 8, J&K Superintendent of Police of Kathua, RC Kotwal confirmed the recoveries and ammunitions, which were seized after a Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terrorist, a resident of Malad, Zakir Hussain Bhat. Moreover, detonators and explosive materials were also collected, which… read-more